Tatsuhiko Shibusawa “The Domain of Draconia”

Setagaya Literary Museum

poster for Tatsuhiko Shibusawa “The Domain of Draconia”
[image: Tatsuhiko Shibusawa, 1976]

Ends in 24 days

Tatsuhiko Shibusawa was a scholar of French literature, translator, critic, essayist, and writer of novels. This exhibition, held 30 years after his death, will review his works and that which he left to posterity from a new perspective, looking at his own literary expression, often referred to as “Shibusawa style.” From the beginning, Shibusawa worked with a different shade of literature, famously working with titles by the Marquis de Sade. This exhibition will include Shibusawa’s essay collection “Yume no Uchu-shi,” as well as “The Travels of Prince Takaoka,” one of his best known works, and more than 300 handwritten materials, such as writing drafts, manuscripts, and creative memos. There will also be various art works and objects that he was particularly fond of, and his collection of Japanese and Non-Japanese books.

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Related exhibition: “Salon Exhibition: Ryoichi Enomoto Kokaiki”
Event dates: Oct. 7 (Sat) - Dec. 17 (Sun) 10:00-18:00 (may close for special events)
Venue: 1F Literature Salon
Admission: Free

*Please see the official website for further details and information on other events.



from October 07, 2017 to December 17, 2017


http://www.setabun.or.jp/index.html (Japanese) (venue's website)


Adults: ¥800, University & High School Students, Seniors 65 & Over :¥600, Persons with a Disability Certificate: ¥400, Junior High School & Elementary School Students: ¥300

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 18:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on a public holiday Monday but closed the following day. Closed during changing exhibitions and on the new year holidays.


Address: 1-10-10 Minami Karasuyama, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 157-0062
Phone: 03-5374-9111 Fax: 03-5374-9111

5 minute walk from the South exit of Roka Koen Station on the Keo line.

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